This must be fate because I had just finish typing out what I had on these people and thought I would check out this web site before I filed away. At least two of these men are prob the the sons of John Allday and Elizabeth Perrin. Elizabeth Perrin is the daughter of Anne and Thomas Perrin and she could have married a Elam first, Allday second and diff Seth Hatcher last. I cannot prove the marriage between John and Elizabeth but since he is the only Allday and later Allday men seemed to owe land that she received from her mother and also the name Perrin for a later Allday. The first John Allday seems to have died by 1716 and Elizabeth is married to Seth Hatcher. In Feb 1719 a Sarah Allday, one of the children of John Allday, late of this county says that she is 21 and begs her share of father's estate. In 1744/45 John Alday of Henrico gives to his daughter Mary Williams land that seems to have come from the Perrins. In 1743 Perrin Alday witnessed a deed in Henrico. In Oct 1759 the will of John Aldy is presented by Josiah Aldy the exe. Over the next couple of years the churchwardens bind out the orphans of John Allday namely: John, Peter, Ben and Thomas. There is also a Mary Alday who was the daughter of Thomas Alday in 1765 who was under the guardianship of Jacob Burton. He died and she then choose Josiah Bullington or Burlington for her guardian. In 1767 she married William Clopton. I hope this helps.
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